I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Walmart in April 2012.
Interview Details –
I spoke to another support manager, assistant managers, and the interim store manager to let them know I was interested in the job. I put this in my career preferences and took a personality test.
I was asked to have an interview with the store manager and two assistant managers. This took place 10 minutes after I was notified. It felt very informal, because I knew two of the interviewers pretty well.
I was able to relate my answers to experiences that these managers shared with me. The store manager was very confident and quick to question me about a judgment call I had made as a Customer Service Manager. I tried to be humble and share my weaknesses and well as my strengths.
My advice is to have an answer for any question given, even if you have to use personal details not related to the job.
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiating except me reminding them I wanted the job. We were in the process of changing store managers and so I had to stay on my toes to remind busy people that I was interested. The career preference dashboard shares what our pay changes will be in most jobs like this one.
Pros: A little spending money for so much work. – Full Review
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